Liquid Generation

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Liquid Generation is an online entertainment website founded by Meal Schpeal in Laredo, Texas in 2000. The website offers various genres of content, including animations, flash games, quizzes, and videos. One of its notable features are the now-deleted Sabotage screamers, a series of online pranks disguised as legitimate flash applications, games, or videos that culminated in a screamer to startle or embarrass the viewer. Today, the website is no longer available, but an unofficial YouTube channel hosts a large selection of these screamers.


After the website was registered, it rapidly gained a following for its original animations, flash games, quizzes, and videos, featuring recurring series such as Angry Leprechaun, My News, Whod You Rather, and Masterpiece Movie Reviews. On the day of its founding, the website released its first animation, Thrashers: Rock Roots Series Part I, and underwent redevelopment in the following months.[1] Liquid Generation sported a logo featuring a girl's eyes and eyebrows with the carbon-type font "LiquidGeneration" in the middle from 2003 to 2004. The logo was later replaced with the current logo, a blue ball with a grinning face. Today, the website boasts 11 genres, including Action, Adventure, Board, Casino, Arcade, Racing, RPG, and more. In September 2016, the original homepage was no longer available and redirected to their LiquidGenerationTube YouTube channel instead. However, in 2020, the website was brought back, although none of the sabotages remain.

Sabotage screamers

The Liquid Generation Sabotage ninja animation.

One well-known feature of Liquid Generation was their long line of Sabotage screamers. These were a series of online pranks which masqueraded as Sabotage screamers, a series of online pranks masquerading as legitimate flash applications, games, or videos, which culminated in a screamer to startle or embarrass the viewer. These screamers were appropriately categorized under Sabotage or Pranks on the homepage, but people were encouraged to share them with unsuspecting friends or colleagues, with some pranks even designed specifically for email.

Most of these screamers ended with a screen saying "You've been Sabotaged!" and a logo depicting a ninja's face, followed by a cheerful "Liquid Generation: Sabotage!" jingle. A cartoon ninja, serving as the series mascot, then jumped down from the top of the screen and said "Click here for more Sabotage!" in a Japanese accent, before being crushed by the link to the Liquid Generation homepage. Many of these pranks have been leaked to other game websites, often with no indication that they are screamers. An unofficial YouTube channel now hosts footage of a large selection of these screamers since they are no longer available on the homepage.


Main Article: Early Liquid Generation E-Card Sabotages

Liquid Generation also provided another feature in 2002 called Liquid Generation E-Cards. This series of Sabotage pranks had a similar theme, usually in the form of fake e-cards presented in Windows 98/ME style to trick people who received them by email into believing they were standalone applications. Unlike other Sabotages, the point of most of these pranks was less about scaring the viewer and more about causing embarrassment in the workplace, usually by displaying inappropriate messages with loud sound cues to gain unwanted attention.

List of Sabotages by Liquid Generation

Main Category: Category:Liquid Generation






NOTE: The following websites contain lots of screamers!

  • Current:
  • Liquid Generation YouTube channel:


  • - The jingle that plays after almost every Sabotage



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